Sometimes the professionals need to be reminded what all of us weekend duffers already know: if you keep hitting it in the water, you're going to have a long day on the course.

Ian Poulter found that out the hard way, as he gave away a three shot lead in the final round of the Honda Classic, paving the way for a Padraig Harrington playoff win.  In this week's 'Off The Tee", I talked with Joel Harrington from 4 Deep Golf blog about whether this was Harrington's win or Poulter's loss:

DORAL, FL - MARCH 03: A view of the par 4, 18th hole as a preview for the Cadillac Championship held on the Blue Monster Course at Trump National Doral on March 3, 2015 in Doral, Florida. (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images)

The PGA tour is off to Doral this week for the WGC Cadillac Championship. Joel likes what they've done with the course and believes it's one of the toughest non-major tracks around.  He also has his favorites this week:

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Tiger Woods is dominating the off-the-course talk, as former PGA Tour player Dan Olsen, in a radio interview, raised steroid allegations about the former #1 player in the world, saying that Tiger's most recent absence from golf isn't injury related, rather the result of a suspension from the PGA Tour.

Here's Joel's take on the situation: